Here are three lists of objects and props that can help students develop pantomime skills, experiment with abstract stage movement or to practice working with props onstage. The lists are set up on the pages so that they are easy to print, cut apart and put in a hat. Also included are seven ways to use the list of props and objects right away with your students.
Example of an ‘objects’ activity:
Statues with Objects
Play the “Statue” game found in the Drama Games section. Instead of characters, call out objects for the kids to become.
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